On pseudo-skepticism, Foo-Fighters, and St. Elmo’s fire

On my parallel blog dealing with unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP), I have begun investigating Foo-Fighters, which were puzzling objects flying around military planes during World War II.

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(Photo only used as an illustration).

I have examined a potential explanation known as “St. Elmo’s fire”.

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I ended up debunking a pseudo-skeptic there.

I think that Christians interested in the investigation of miracles or paranormal events might be interested in taking a look at my post.

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Christmas without any gift / Wiehnacht ohne Geschenk / Noël sans cadeau

Lothringisch.

English.

Français.

De nohe Begegnung von zwei rätselhafte Wese.
The close encounter of two enigmatic beings
La rencontre approchée de deux êtres énigmatiques.

Frosch de dich immer noch, warum de gischert ken Geschenk bekumm hasch?

Are you still wondering why you didn’t get any gift yesterday?

Est-ce que tu te demandes encore pourquoi tu n’as reçu aucun cadeau hier?

Jetzt wesch de ‘s!

Now you know it!

Maintenant tu le sais!

Happy holidays John. I hope to go again to Sedona in the spring or fall of 2015.

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An extraordinary hoax?

Skeptics often say that there is no shred of evidence for the existence of paranormal phenomena.

I strongly disagree and think we often dispose of evidence which would be deemed acceptable in mundane fields of inquiry.

In the following post on my parallel blog I give one striking example.

 

 

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